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DC Comics

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Ogre

Ogre
Gallery
Name
Ogre

Skin

Number of Limbs

Number of Fingers

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

History of this race is unknown.

Notes

  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

  • Discuss Ogre on the forums
  • Full list of Ogre
  • Appearances of Ogre
  • Race Gallery: Ogre

Links and References

  • None.
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EQ2

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From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

from in-game Character Generation screen
Ogre Male
Ogre Female
Race Information
Home Cities: Freeport
Neriak, City of Hate
Big Bend
Darklight Wood
Stats:
Strength: 30
Agility: 15
Stamina: 25
Intelligence: 15
Wisdom: 15
Resists:
Mental: 0
Heat: 4
Cold: 4
Magic: 1
Divine: 0
Poison: 2
Disease: 3

Overview

The ogres are a massive race created by Rallos Zek. Built for warfare, these hulks long ago ruled an empire that encompassed most of Norrath. Eventually they mounted a massive army to challenge the Rathe Council in the Plane of Earth. For demonstrating such pride, the Rathe laid a curse upon all of Zek's creations, crippling their intelligence and causing their empire to crumble. Ogres became the pawns of other races, remaining largely confined to their crude stone huts in the Feerrott when not engaged in small-scale conflicts. When the gods eventually withdrew from their planes, the veil was lifted from the minds of the ogres. They had just begun rebuilding their culture when they were visited by the Avatar of War, who had been ordered by Rallos to organize a new Rallosian Empire designed to wipe out all the other races from the face of Norrath. The ogre's high commander, General Urduuk, broke a pact that Rallos had made with Cazic-Thule by taking control of Cazic's temple and the gate to the Plane of Fear. For again demonstrating such pride as to insult the gods, the Avatar of Fear unleashed the dreaded Green Mist, wiping out nearly the entire ogre race just as they were on the verge of conquering Qeynos and Freeport.

Ogre Traditions

Choose one of these every 10th level up to 80.
Name Effect Duration
Attribute
Wisdom of Experience Grants a level-dependent increase to WIS. Passive
Endurance of Earth and Water Grants a level-dependent increase to STA. Passive
Combat
Combat Healing Increases Ministration by 5.0. Passive
Rallosian Reflexes Improves the casting speed of beneficial spells by 2%. Passive
Rallosian Army Training Increases Parry, Defense, and Deflection by 5.0. Passive
Steadfast Defender Increases Deflection by 2.0 and Shield Effectiveness by 2.0%. Passive
Noncombat
Extended March Increases duration of tradeskilled drinks by 10%. Passive
Vitality of the Swamp Increases out-of-combat power regeneration based on level. Passive
Bind Wound Heals for 2.0% of max health while out of combat. 2.0 sec casting, recast 1.0 sec.
Sturdy Feet Decreases falling damage by 15.0%. Passive
Pools
Resilient Mind Increases mana pool by 3.0%. Passive
Rallos Zek's Blessing Increases health pool by 3.0%. Passive
Resist
Oggokian Stubbornness Increases arcane mitigation based on level. Passive
Armor of the Feerott Increases physical mitigation based on level. Passive
Tradeskill
Fortune of the Feerott Increases Durability per round by 1.0 and success chance by 1.0%. Passive
Oggokian Durability Increases Durability per round by 2. Passive
Rallosian Readiness Increases Metal Shaping by 5.0. Passive
Oggokian Trade Reduces power cost of Weaponsmith reaction arts by 10%. Passive
Mooshga's Tutelage Reduces power cost of Provisioner reaction arts by 10%. Passive
Innate Abilities
Ultravision Provides high contrast vision, but washes out color. 2 hrs., recast 2 sec.
Rock Thrower Reduces Mining time by 1 second. Passive
Commanding Presence Enlarges caster by 20%. Casting 3.0 sec, recast 20.0 sec., lasts until cancelled.
Impenetrable Will Makes caster immune to Stun effects. Casting 1.0 sec, 10.0 sec duration, 5 min recast

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Ogre may refer to:

Etymology

An Ogre is a mythical creature found in West European fairy tales. Ogres are typically depicted as large, mean-spirited humanoid monsters that prefer to feed on human beings.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki

Although no monsters are explicitly called Ogres in-game, it has been experimentally verified that Ettins, Jotun and Yeti are in fact Ogres. Some shields give extra armor against attacks from Ogres and the following weapons inflict extra damage against them:

Trolls, Giants, and Oni all fit various meanings of the common term "Ogre".


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Ice Hockey

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

Ogre is the principal town of the likewise named district of Latvia. It is home to 26,573 people.

Contents

Hockey in Ogre

Teams

  • ASK Ogre (2003 - present)
  • HK Essamika Ogre (this predecessor to ASK did not really play in Ogre, as there was no arena in the city at the time. It nevertheless sported its name due to sponsorship, and when an arena was built, the team disbanded and ASK was created)

Arenas

  • Vidzemes Ledus Halle

Players


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Ogre disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

An Ogre is a monster found in several locations, most notably the Ogre city of Gu'Tanoth. The caged level 63 Ogres at the King Lathas Training Ground near Ardougne (which can be entered after finishing the Biohazard quest) are unique in that they are for ranged training only and often are visited for such by players. Note that the cage can be entered through a loose railing at the side. Ogres can deal a fair amount of damage for their level, but in contrast, they have very low defence.

On 17 March 2009, the graphics of Ogres were updated to match those of Ogresses.

Contents

The Race of Ogres

Ogres are a race which dwells upon Gielinor. They may be related to orks, giants and trolls, although this is not known. They were created by Bandos and he had legions of ogres fighting in his armies to take control. Ogres appear as huge , giant-like humanoids, weighing up to a ton in weight(muscle and fat) with white skin and "dark" brown rags for clothes. Gnomes study ogres and enjoy it. Ogres have poor technology, and are a tribal race, with constant wars and rivalries. Their main weapons are spears, clubs, and maces, while others just use their bare hands.

Ogre religion is shaman-like, and they can summon as part of their magics. The shamans are highly respected and feared by ogres as Bandos' representatives on Gielinor.

Ogres are as unintelligent as trolls, though they are more creative, with better rules and a more religious and cultural society. In ogre culture, females dominate the weaker males, and the males fear the ogresses, instead leaving them to their own city in the south. Ogres are highly savage to newcomers like humans, and will attack them, although the gnomes study them at a safe distance or atop their mechanical gliders.

Locations

A closer look of an ogre near Castle Wars

Gu'Tanoth Area

  • Gu'Tanoth, south of Yanille. The marketplace contains level 53 ogres, level 81 ogre chieftains, level 83 enclave guards, and ogre traders and merchants. There is a single ogre outside the walls of Gu'Tanoth, at the bottom of the ramp leading into the city.
  • West of Yanille
  • South of Castle Wars are 6 NPC ogres and 2 level 76 ogre guards.
  • There are a few level 53 ogres south of Gu'Tanoth in the Feldip Hills
  • Toban's Island, to the west of Gu'Tanoth
    • Contains Toban, Gorad (level 68), and several level 53 ogres.
      A Group of ogres

Ardougne Area

Other


Drops

100% drop

Other drops

Charms

Please note that the charm drop rates may vary between areas, and ogres only drop charms in certain places.

Please add your charm drop rates to the next template:

Charm drop percentages
No Charm

82%

11 - 18%

1 - 5%

0 - 3%

0 - 1%

Represents 90% confidence range, based on a sample of 258 kills.
1 charm is dropped at once.

Please add to the log (only if fifty or more creatures killed)

Seeds

Species of Ogre

Ogre concept artwork
A large ogre bow, displaying their form of craftmanship


Notable Ogres

See also

Wikipedia
Wikipedia has an article about:

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Endorian species. You may be looking for the Coruscant-native Coruscani ogre.
Ogre
Average height

3.5 meters[1]

Skin color

Pale[2]

Hair color

Black[2]

Distinctions

Pointed ears,[1] warts[3]

Famous members

Gantu[1]

"You're not a friend of that Ogre, are you?"
―A Zandor Rocker to Wicket and Teebo

Ogres were a species of large sentient humanoids with stocky, well-muscled physiques. One specimen, named Gantu, had pale, warty skin, pointed ears, and unkempt black hair on his small head. This Ogre inhabited the land of Zandor on the Forest Moon of Endor, where he raided other sentient beings from his base in a large cave. The Ogre cut down the region's sunnydew flowers, which cast Zandor into permanent drought and angered the resident Zandor Rockers.

Gantu's raids were cut short when the Ewok chief, Chirpa, stole the bridge crystal that Gantu used to create the Rainbow Bridge that allowed him to cross the Gorge of Fire and enter Ewok territory. Years later, the crystal was destroyed for good in a fight with the Ewoks Teebo and Wicket W. Warrick, cutting the Ogre off from Ewok lands indefinitely.

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Biology and appearance

Ogre teeth seemed to grow from their lips.

Ogres were large, sentient humanoids who stood roughly 3.5 meters tall.[1] At least one member of the species, Gantu, had pale, greenish skin[2] covered in warts.[3] Ogre bodies were stocky but well muscled.[1] Their arms were strong enough to carry large items,[2] and their legs were long enough to walk longer distances than smaller species, such as Ewoks, could.[4] The head was small in comparison to the rest of the body,[1] an effect that was magnified by the thick neck it sat upon.[3] Ogres had four fingers per hand. The Ogre Gantu wore simple clothing: a green shirt, an orange belt, red pants, and orange shoes.[1]

The Ogre face featured pointed ears,[1] close-set eyes, a small nose, and a wide mouth[3] with a red tongue.[2] Their few teeth appeared to grow from their lips rather than their gums. The Ogre Gantu had black eyebrows[3] and a few scraggly black hairs growing from the tips of his ears and the top of his head.[2]

Society and culture

"Me afraid of dark!"
―Gantu
Gantu the Ogre lived in a large cave.

At least one Ogre lived in the Zandor region of the Forest Moon of Endor. He inhabited a large cave with a tall ceiling so that he could comfortably stand at his full height.[5] The Ogre made a living by raiding settlements of other sentients for provisions.[1]

Whether through robbery or manufacture, Endor's Ogre had access to simple items, including sleeping furs, storage pots,[5] and stone bowls.[6] He wielded a spiked wooden club in combat. Ogres were capable of learning alien languages. The Ogre Gantu, for example, spoke Ewokese, albeit with broken fluency.[2]

Ogres ate various foodstuffs, including honey. Nevertheless, they had no compunctions about eating other sentient beings, as Gantu demonstrated by chasing down Ewoks for his dinner bowl.[1] The beings had a tendency to drool, and at least one specimen suffered from nyctophobia, a strong fear of night and the darkness associated with it.[2]

History

"Long ago we were plagued by the evil Ogre, Gantu, who lived across the Gorge of Fire in the barren land of Zandor! Gantu would steal our supplies of honey… and when that was gone his appetite would turn to the taste of Ewok people!"
Logray
Chief Chirpa stole the bridge crystal from Gantu and prevented the Ogre from crossing the Rainbow Bridge.

The Ogre Gantu settled in the land of Zandor on the Forest Moon of Endor. His fear of darkness led him to cut down the region's sunnydew flowers,[7] the nectar of which he used to light up his cave.[6] The act also dried out the region, killed off most of its plant life, and earned Gantu the enmity of a group of sentients known as the Zandor Rockers.[7]

At some point, Gantu gained possession of the bridge crystal, a prismatic stone that, when held to the sun, created a Rainbow Bridge and allowed passage across the Gorge of Fire to Ewok lands.[5] Gantu began raiding the settlement Bright Tree Village, where he stole honey and Ewoks to eat.[1] One night, Gantu awoke to find the Ewok chief, Chirpa, in his cave. Chirpa fled Zandor, taking with him the bridge crystal and some sunnydew nectar. With no access to the Rainbow Bridge, Gantu was confined to his home territory. He swore revenge on the Ewoks.[5]

Years later, in 3 ABY, Gantu once again found thieves in his cave: the Ewoks Teebo and Wicket W. Warrick and a single Zandor Rocker.[2] In the mêlée that ensued, the bridge crystal was destroyed, but Gantu became doused in sunnydew nectar. His body glowed, so he happily ran off with no fear of dark places. The permanent destruction of the bridge crystal brought his raids into Ewok territory to an end.[8]

Behind the scenes

The Ogre Gantu appears in Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, the first issue of the Ewoks comic book from Marvel Comics. The story was written by Dave Manak and illustrated by Warren Kremer. It was first published in May 1985.[9]

Much of the Ogres' background remains unexplored. Nevertheless, sources imply that the species was not native to Endor. According to Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds, Endor's only native species were Ewoks and Yuzzums.[10] "Castaways of Endor" makes Duloks native to the moon as well but otherwise agrees with this assessment.[11] These two sources and another, "Endor and the Moddell Sector," rationalize the large number of non-native sentients on the moon by pointing to unfavorable astronavigational conditions that existed in the region, such as a large gravity shadow and a great debris cloud around Endor.[12] However, these works do not explicitly deny that Ogres hailed from the Forest Moon, so the species cannot definitively be said to have hailed from another world.

The Coruscani ogres share a similar name to Endor's Ogres, but no relationship has been established between the two species.[13]

Appearances

  • Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge

Notes and references

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 4.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 14.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 15.
  4. Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 16.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 5.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 13.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 12.
  8. Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, pp. 15–17.
  9. Ewoks 1: The Rainbow Bridge, p. 1.
  10. Geonosis and the Outer Rim Worlds, p. 40.
  11. "Castaways of Endor," p. 1.
  12.  "Endor and the Moddell Sector" - Star Wars Gamer 9, p. 28.
  13. Alien Anthology, pp. 28–29.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Ogre is a small archetype used by Lotten in the Crash Town arc of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's series. This archetype consists of 4 monsters, Gatling Ogre, Full Armor Ogre, Big Cannon Ogre and Longbarrel Ogre. The effects have to do with Burn damage. In Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, Gatling Ogre performed a FTK, something rarely seen in the series.

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